1. Chris

    Chepstow, a day out my side of the bridge!

    Arrived at Base Camp Chepstow on Saturday afternoon, relieved to see plenty of available land and short grass. Thank you to Richard Tarr for the mug of hot tea and Stollen chunks! After what felt like a sub zero night we welcomed the first arrivals at about 7.30 (excluding Darren...
  2. Chris

    27th November, Moss Bank, Merseyside.

    The location for this event is: Shoots Delph Farm, Birchley view, Moss Bank, St. Helens, WA11 7NU. There is no catering in this event so please ensure you bring packed lunch/flask etc. Briefing at 08.25, detecting commences at 08.30. No arrivals prior to 07.30 please as Admin have a long way to...
  3. Chris

    First the Romans, then LGD invade Moreton in Marsh!

    Another enjoyable day out with decent weather, nice finds and a great group of people as usual. The day started with out usual briefing and then everyone scattering in different directions over the 5 pasture fields on offer. These fields were part of the landowners crop rotation and were ploughed...
  4. Chris

    Ashbourne, a golden permission!

    After setting off at 3am, we arrived at base camp at 07.15, raised the LGD Flag and more importantly, got the kettle on ( after setting up the marquee). After a short briefing at 08.55, myself and Paul accompanied the days diggers up to the first of the new fields....
  5. Chris

    The Knights Templar Event. The day………

    We started the day with the feeling of impending rain, the snack tent was tied down, everyone had their waterproofs at the ready and it wasn’t long before the short sleeves were in view. Two me,berrs, Steve Buckley and John Schifield cashed in their loyalty cards, that’s 12 events attended...
  6. Chris

    Nuneaton Dig. October 16th. All new land.

    The postcode for this event is B46 2NT.   Another dig at our Nuneaton permission, another NEW 100 acres! This is short notice to give our local members a day out who can’t make the Frome dig. It will only go ahead if we get the numbers, so please get your...